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Posts tagged Roguelike

By Nate Lakritz, 3 weeks ago

Children of Morta’s Release Date Appears to Have Leaked

A recent update on SteamDB has temporarily revealed the release date for upcoming hack ‘n’ slash roguelike Children of Morta. The update added a variety of Steam store metadata for the game, along with a release date of June 28, 2019 – 20:00:00 UTC. The date remained public for two days until it was removed,...

By Nate Lakritz, 2 months ago

Overture Review

Created by the widely known Black Shell Media’s game development subsidiary, Black Shell Games, Overture is a roguelike RPG with plenty to offer. It is a clean game with a surprising amount of depth and creativity in character selection. Practically every essential roguelike feature is included, from dungeon boss battles to a plethora of loot...

By Avian Michel, 4 months ago

Pit of Doom Review

Pit of Doom is a first-person roguelike shooter developed and published by Kerberos Productions. It is a spinoff of one of Kerberos’ earlier games, Sword of the Stars: The Pit, which exists within their franchise Sword of the Stars. The SotS games are typically strategy games. Sword of the Stars I and II are 4X...

By Magnus S, 5 months ago

Fission Superstar X Announced for PC and Xbox One

Turbo Pelvis 3000 has announced Fission Superstar X, a spaceship rogue-lite in which players go on a military journey through the solar system in order to deliver a nuclear bomb, created by mad scientist Dr. Leopold, to Earth. The release date is set to January 31st, 2019 and the game will cost $14.99 USD. Fission...

By Rilogator, 5 months ago

How Black Future ’88 Elevates the Roguelike Genre

Recently, I got a chance to talk with Black Future ‘88 lead developer Don Bellinger to get a comprehensive preview into his upcoming game. We discussed his indie development journey and how Black Future ‘88 pushes the roguelike genre in new directions. Rilogator: Where are you guys based, if you don’t mind me asking? Don:...

By Rilogator, 7 months ago

In Your Realm Review

The overall presentation of In Your Realm is, initially, pretty engaging. There is a haunted dream sort of feel that sets in from the opening cinematic as music draws you in and captions explain the game’s pretense. It’s described that the player character is going to enter their own mind and battle whatever they find....

By Nate Lakritz, 3 years ago

Cally’s Trials Review

Walking into Cally’s Trials, I had few expectations. It looked like a typical platformer, with a standard 8-bit art style, and decent platforming. I figured the game would be either really easy or extremely difficult, and something would quickly steer it away from being fun. Well boy, was I wrong. Cally’s Trials is practically flawless, and...

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